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the election should not be affected by sandy, but there are signs that may no longer be true and news just in from the cia. a new timeline of the events in libya. what it says about the administration's response. let's go "outfront." good evening. tonight, the wreckage. millions growing more desperate as they struggle to cope with the loss of homes, power and family in the wake of hurricane sandy. the u.s. death toll has risen to 88. 44 in new york state alone and the number continues to grow as many people are still missing. i spent the day on staten island where more have died in new york than anywhere else. some of the worst devastation is here and people told us they're not getting enough help as we visited some of the hardest hit areas with congressman michael brim, searchers discovered the body of two young boys. ageing 2 and 4, in the march. they were swept from their mother's arms. some were hoping for a miracle. there was no one today. >> we've confirmed four bodies. the two children they were looking for, they found the bodies. also in a different location, found an elderly coupl
sandy, shock is turning to fury and anger. searchers on new york city's staten island are still finding bodies. desperate survivors say help isn't getting through. things are getting more dire apparently by the hour. three days after the storm hit, millions of new yorkers still have no power, no food. and they face huge lines trying to get anywhere. and with just five days until the presidential election, we're releasing a new poll from colorado. a must-win state for both candidates. i'm wolf blitzer. you're in "the situation room." >>> while much of the country, even the presidential race is returning to normal today, we're hearing and seeing misery and growing desperation for millions of people in the northeastern united states. here is the big picture as it stands right now. hurricane sandy's blame for at least 88 deaths in the united states and two in canada raising the storm's overall death toll to 157. a little under 5 million power customers across the eastern united states awoke to no electricity again. that's down to the nearly 8 million when the storm hit on monday though. som
. and an "outfront" investigation into complaints the red cross is not doing enough to help victims of sandy. are donations getting to the people who need them? let's go "outfront." good evening, everyone. tonight, a rescisky affair. there are new questions about the affair that led cia director david petraeus to resign and when did he pose a national security risk. here's what we can tell you now. the affair came to light during an fbi investigation of so-called jealousy e-mail sent by paula broadwell to a woman in tampa named jill kelley. an official confirms to cnn -- to stop sending harassing e-mails to kelley, who along with her husband has known petraeus and their family for more than five years. that couple met the four star general when he was stationed at medil air force base in tampa. a description of the e-mails seems to validate what a friend of petraeus tells us, that petraeus felt broadwell had shown a possessiveness toward him. as to whether she gained any information during her relationship to petraeus, here's something we found. a speech she gave in october of 2006. here's w
cost ello. this hour, superstorm sandy has a cruel, cold kitchen following in its footsteps. this new storm is lashing the northeast with snow, rains and wind and hitting the very same areas struggling to recover from last week's devastation. up to eight inches of snow in some areas and power outages from delaware to maine. chewing into the coastline, leaving hundreds of thousands without electricity and heat. rob marciano is on new york's staten island, one of the hardest-hit areas from sandy, where residents now face a whole new set of problems. i just can't imagine the misery there, rob. >> reporter: no. the people that live here, just trying to survive here, they couldn't believe it was happening last night as well. snow was coming down, much more than we anticipated, matter of fact. we got probably four or five inches of it. the sun is trying to break through. the snow is done. that's good. at this time during sandy, the water was up and over my shoulders. homes like this off their foundation f their home was still standing, the bottom floor is completely gutted and brought in ac
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good news for homeowners affected by sandy. sandy was not classified as a hurricane when it made landfall. this allows governors to allow it as an emergency. businesses that help companies that lose revenue because of an unexpected shutdown, but it doesn't cover businesses that just lose power. the donation for relief efforts is rolling in. people are helping victims of sandy in near record numbers. officials from the american red cross say this is the biggest outpouring of donations for any u.s. disaster in the last six years. that's this week's getting down to business. >>> it is time, now, for no talking points. the art of the political dodge, seems all politicians are skilled at it. with debate coaches, aides, analysts, speech writers, they should be. dodging that troubling question can be just as important as providing that game-changing, momentum-building moment. for example. there's a topic change. >> texas has one of the highest rates of uninsured children in the country. over 1 million kids, you did not get an opportunity to respond to that. what do you say to -- how do
crisis across the northeast, of course, as gas becomes scarce after sandy and folks begged for help in places like staten island. and we're going to get all of that to you in a moment. first, i want to tell you this. the reports that got the attention of the american public, american voters, and the spin teams as well. from both campaigns, as a matter of fact. now, that would be these numbers you're looking at right now. that's the jobs numbers here. they are stronger than expected. i want you to take a look. the u.s. added 171,000 jobs last month. but, you know, i must emphasize this, the unemployment rate inched up .1%. that's 7.9%. the numbers are on your screen. so more jobs than expected, but a higher rate of unemployment. both campaigns have something to chew on right now and chew they did, of course. here is mitt romney. >> he said he was going to lower the unemployment rate, down to 5.2% right now. today we learned that it is actually 7.9% and that's 9 million jobs short of what he promised. unemployment is higher today than when barack obama took office. >> now, as you migh
hurricane sandy devastation in new york yesterday flying over ravaged neighborhoods in queens, comforting devastated homeowners in the streets on staten island and reassuring they will come back and he will also be back. >> i came up here right after the storm, was on the jersey side, and i had promised to everybody that i was speaking on behalf of the country when i said we are going to be here until the rebuilding is complete. and i meant it. so i'm going to come back today, but i'm also going to be coming back in the future to make sure that we have followed through on that commitment. >> the recovery from sandy now has a point person. president obama named sean donovan, a new yorker, who is the secretary of the department of housing and urban development, as the go-to guy. >>> it is nine minutes past the hour. informative but not necessarily conclusive. that's how senate and house lawmakers describe realtime video and testimony about the attack on the consulate in bengha benghazi. senators say the video combines surveillance and drone footage. a source familiar with the hearing said t
in new york, where after days without power from hurricane sandy, the lights are beginning to slowly go back on in lower manhattan and beyond. it is slow, but it is happening. mayor michael bloomberg says most of the power in manhattan should return by midnight tonight, although some people will be left without it for another week. sandy is gone, but misery continues as so many devastated. today the death toll climbed to 97 people. staten island neighborhoods swept away. homeland security secretary janet napolitano toured the area, vowing to do everything she could to help. plus, after insisting this sunday's new york city marathon would go on, mayor bloomberg canceled the race. many were outraged the city would take valuable efforts away from the recovery efforts for the marathon. tonight, city hall and race officials have called it off. meanwhile, look at this. cars lined up for miles to get gas. drivers in some cases waiting 20 hours as the supply dwindles, fighting with each other. there's one report that a guy pulled a gun at one gas station. tonight the military is delivering fuel
that requires as new yorkers still reel from sandy. on staten island today, there was this message for the mayor. after what we heard from person after person there. we were there again today and met this owner of a local garden inn. this hotel is overflowing with people sharing rooms. every one of his rooms, people there have nowhere else to go. richard refused to kick them out to make room for the marathon runners that were supposed to stay there. >> people are dying on staten island. they are dying. and i have a dilemma, do i pull people out who have no place to go to make room for marathon runners? i don't think so. i'm not doing it. i can't do it. >> while victims on staten island and many other new yorkers are relieved the mayor canceled the marathon, the news was hard for some. when our producer broke the news to this runner, tears filled her eyes. >> they're pulling out bodies of little children and us runners are going to walk through and run through their neighborhood in our fancy marathon outfits like nothing happened. let me tell you, the mayor made the right decision 24 hours too la
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. >>> on thursday, he met members of the team before letting to new york to tour damage from superstorm sandy. you can see gold medalist gabby douglas in the red dress there. they also assigned -- signed leotards to give to the president's daughters. >>> and people are stockpiling twinkies, cupcakes and wonder bread. twinkie sales are up 31,000% on amazon yesterday, but it's not just because of the sugar high. it also has a whole lot to do with nostalgia. >> reporter: following a nasty labor dispute and almost a year in bankruptcy, hostess brands is closing its 33 bakeries, more than 500 distribution centers and selling off its assets, putting the future of the 82-year-old twinkie in question. it's been a long road for the cream-filled pastry, know part of the american lexicon. >> it's twinkie the kid! >> wow! >> reporter: the twinkie was born in 1930 in illinois. inventor james doer was trying to figure out how to come up with an orange cupcake filled with banana cream. but the company was forced to change to vanilla cream filling. over the years, the twinkie became a part of american popular cul
. and then on to new york now, superstorm sandy is now to blame for 43 deaths. and more than 38,000 customers hardest hit by the storm are getting ready to enter their third week without power or water. susan candiotti shows us how a disabled woman, who hasn't left her apartment in two weeks, is coping. and we want to warn you, some of the pictures might be disturbing to you. >> reporter: out in broad daylight it's easy to see but look how dark it's going to get when we walk inside the building. bryant pearson is in charge of the tenant association. he's going to give us a tour. let's take a look. by contrast, you can see it's bright sunshine outside and i don't know how you can see anything in here, bryant. >> nah, we don't. >> i'm holding on to the back of your jacket because i can't see a thing. >> this is how people get up and down the staircase. >> hold on. i cannot see. okay. got it. >> this is how we have to live here. we've been living like this since the storm hit. >> bryant, is this the floor now? >> yes, this is the seventh floor. >> has there been any looting here, any stealing? >> a litt
take 20 pictures with burst shot on the galaxy s3. >>> two full weeks after sandy hit, we found unused generators outside a 14-story building that's still without power in queens. no one's bothered to hook them up. they've been sitting in the building's parking lot for days. we're keeping them honest. >>> breaking news tonight. according to the "wall street journal" the fbi agent who launched the investigation that led to david petraeus' resigning is now being investigated. the "wall street journal" says there were concerns at the fbi that the agent may have been obsessed with the case and he was barred from it in the summer. the strangest part, the agent allegedly sent shirtless pictures of himself to jill kelley, the woman on the right who was allegedly being harassed by e-mail by paula broadwell, the woman on the left there. we're also learning more tonight about the content of those e-mails. a source says in the e-mail -- broadwell accused kelley of inappropriate behavior near the military base where she did volunteer work. as the story gets stranger by the day, there's no denying
sandy, president obama prepares to see the on going misery in parts of new york city. we are live in staten island this hour. >>> but we begin with general petraeus. no longer the top most of the echelons of national security. but not consigned to oblivion either not by any stretch. we've got two signature pieces of reporting this hour. "time" magazine is reporting that petraeus's biographer turned mistress once toyed with entering politics. she reportedly told acquaintances backing in jul that will gop "money men" had approached her about a senate run from north carolina. she says she was "tempted." "time" magazine reports but petraeus was strongly against it. is it "time" is also reporting on the internal fbi struggle over whether to tell the white house what and whom they were investigating. it turns out the white house wasn't informed till the night of the election. three days before general petraeus resigned. on a personal level, general petraeus is telling aides and confidantes that he is devastated by the pain and suffering that he has caused. and that brings me to another
touring the hard-hit areas of superstorm sandy this hour. he is expected to spoost speak as soon as 1:30 p.m. eastern. we're going to bring that to you live when it happens. also, we're going to start this hour with the scandal that's swirling around the former cia director david petraeus. sxwlirchlgts for the first time former cia director david petraeus is now opening up to the media about the sex scandal that has ended his military career. speaking in detail with our sister network hln's kyra phillips. kyra has known petraeus for years, including a 30-minute live interview on the anniversary of the iraq war. she's had several occasions and conversations to talk with him since this scandal broke. kyra says petraeus called the affair a big mistake, says he has not spoken to broadwell in months. earlier today kyra told hln's robin meade that petraeus stressed he wants to make things right with his wife. >> in our first conversation he had told me he had engaged in something dishonorable, and he sought to do the honorable thing in response, and that was to come forward. he was very clear th
at parts of new york that were hardest hit by superstorm sandy. thousands of new yorkers, yes, thousands of new yorkers still don't have power two and a half weeks after sandy hit. the storm is raising serious questions about the government's response, even bigger questions about weather patterns, at least for some. let's bring in our white house correspondent brianna keilar -- actually, brianna is not yet available i'm told. but we do expect to get her up soon. we'll speak to brianna keilar momentarily. we'll also have a quick check of some of the day's other top stories. that's coming up including mitt romney, did he hurt himself with gaffes during his presidential campaign? is he hurting the republican party right now with his latest comments, the louisiana governor, bobby jindal, he's standing by to join us live. (splashing)... (child screaming underwater)... (underwater noises). >>> we've reconnected with brianna keilar, our white house correspondent, brianna keilar, is watching what's going on in new york. right now the president wrapping up a visit to new york in the aftermath of
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-two punch. take a look. as if sandy didn't deliver enough to you in this region. folks just trying to recover of last week's superstorm are being hit by a cold, cruel nor'easter. that means snow. it means wind. it means freezing rain for a lot of you here. i know the last thing in the world this region needs, more power outages. listen now to new jersey's governor react to this latest weather threat. >> i said i'm waiting for the locusts and pestilence next. you know? >> hopefully nolo custs, chris christie. here's what the nor'easter is delivering. more than a foot of snow in some areas. new round of evacuations. power outages stretching from delaware to maine and along with the misery, the storm is fueling anger. want to begin our coverage here with the misery. bitter, bitter cold temperatures. no lights. no heating. this nor'easter knocking out power to many who recently as perhaps recent as yesterday got it back. many folks they have had enough and as the temperatures are plummeting, frustrations are on the rise. some in poorer neighborhoods say they're being neglected. >> ever
's interesting, because the cbo believes that. >> we had hurricane sandy that disrupted the economy for a period. we had katrina years ago. there are things that will disrupt the economy. 9/11 was an extraordinary case. but we have a very resilient economy. we've had one for hundreds of years. and the fact that they can't get along for the month of january is not going to torpedo the economy. >> so i want to make clear, he wants to see a deal made. but he says, you have to be willing to go past december 31st. if you need to, you have to make every attempt to reach a deal. but he says, quote, don't roll over and give away the store. he sees the president in his second term being able to hold a very hard line. bottom line, you know where he stands on taxes. he wants them much higher. >> talking about taxes, how much higher? >> that's the question, getting specifics. i asked him that on capital gains taxes, money made off of investment, but also on income taxes for regular people. take a listen. >> are you saying there's no taxation level that's too high? whether it's capital gains or investments o
storm sandy blasted ashore and five days since the nor'easter that followed. yet tonight we're asking the same question that we were asking all last week, where's the power? what's taking so long to fix the misery that so many people are enduring? tonight, nearly 60,000 people are still without power in new york, no heat, no electricity, no phone service, and for some, not even running water. their anger understandably is boiling over, much of it aimed squarely at the long island power authority. >> i can't get power, heat, garbage pickup, nothing? >> all we need is help. i'm a taxpayer. i don't get this. i pay my mortgage. i do the right thing. i don't take from the government. but i need the government to help me now. >> we go to bed at night shivering, wearing tons of clothes every single night. we have not seen one truck come down the block. not one. i have not seen any on any of these blocks. >> the long island power authority supplies power to most of the areas still in the dark, including the rockaways neighborhood of queens. at a town hall style meeting yesterday in the rockaw
on your screen now! >>> it's been 17 days since superstorm sandy hit and more than 1,700 households still without power what can be done to prevent this from happening again. tom foreman reports in building up america. >> what do we want? when do we want it? >> reporter: for all the angry people still without power after sandy, there may be few more frustrated than a man who lives hundreds of miles away. he is the american society of civil engineers. his name is otto lynch. he doesn't think the damage had to be this bad. >> with a little better planning, we could have eliminated much of the damage. >> reporter: what he's talking about is the subject of highly advanced research at georgia tech. a lowly but critical part of the electrical grid, the power pole. >> focused on getting a better understanding of the vulnerability of wood poles as exposed to extreme wind loads. >> reporter: researchers are studying what makes a power pole break? its age, stress, debris, wind, and combine that with weather patterns and creating a comprehensive mass of tens of millions of poles, so utility companie
accused of post-sandy gouging. that may be just the beginning. very angry new jersey consumers have already filed more than 1200 complaints against gas stations and hardware stores an hotels. and just getting some news here in my ear about the president. the president now we are learning will be going to new york to tour the storm-ravaged region in new york. the president there. he was there touring when chris christie after sandy and post nor'easter. in terms of the gas shortages that have people lining up hour upon hour, new york city began this odd/even gas rationing this morning. new jersey started it last week. rationing programs are set to begin on long island in the next couple of hours, but there's already been a hitch. you see, even with the rationing, stations are running out of gas. roger clark, i want to bring you in. you are a reporter with our cnn affiliate new york one. how long are the lines and how mad are these people? >> reporter: pretty mad. no doubt about it. we are on mcginness boulevard and green point avenue. a major thorough fare here. one way is to the broo
's what we're also working on for the hour. >> 13 days after superstorm sandy slammed the east coast. the commute is new york is still a mess. a look at the recovery effort that has people still struggling to get to work. plus, 18 states offer medical marijuana. now two stits have legalized recreational pot. the health benefits of weed. >>> and scandal on sesame street. this man, the voice of elmo, is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with a teenage boy. he denies it. this is cnn, and it's happening now. [ male announcer ] citi turns 200 this year. in that time there've been some good days. and some difficult ones. but, through it all, we've persevered, supporting some of the biggest ideas in modern history. so why should our anniversary matter to you? because for 200 years, we've been helping ideas move from ambition to achievement. and the next great idea could be yours. ♪ humans -- sometimes life trips us up. and sometimes, we trip ourselves up, but that's okay. at liberty mutual insurance we can "untrip" you as you go through your life with personalized policies a
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have been reported. >> it's been almost two weeks since superstorm sandy devastated the northeast. still life is nowhere back to normal. the deaths of two more people have been linked to the superstorm. that brings the total number of of those killed across the region to 113. right now more than 160,000 customers in ten states and washington are still without power. travel is getting a little easier. rail service is back between new jersey and manhattan. a new ferry service between hoboken and manhattan is running. victor blackwell joins us now from new york. tell us something good, victor. >> reporter: well, carol, i can tell you that some of the people in this neighborhood of far rockaway and queens, they now have power back. but many of them do not. you mentioned two things. the additional deaths blamed on superstorm sandy and the power outages. one of those deaths was a man who lived here in far rockaway. he was 77 years old. he died at the hospital from injuries he suffered while falling down the stairs after the storm. and some of the people who do not have power live in thi
of people increasingly desperate weeks after superstorm sandy. now one man is in charge of helping them. ♪ ♪ [ engine revs ] ♪ [ male announcer ] oh what fun it is to ride. get the mercedes-benz on your wish list at the winter event going on now -- but hurry, the offer ends soon. >> he is now the man in charge of helping the areas hit by super storm sandy recover, here is mary snow. >> reporter: sean donovan and janet napolitano came here. to date, some 32,000 people in new jersey with depending on the federal government to live in shelter website hotels, and temporary apartments. what normally is a busy thorough fair is now a feignful reminder of what was. sandy's storm surge devoured home after home. >> where are you living now? >> i'm at a friends house. i have been like a nomad, here, there, whoever has room, cousins, stuff like that. >> best case scenario, he will be without a home for a year. and he's not alone. >> we have families out for a long rebuilding process, where homes have been completely destroyed. and our experience is that a small group, but some families, it wi
sandy and the nor'easter which hit the region last night. those power outages are making it very difficult to get gas and new york mayor michael bloomberg has signed an emergency order instituting a gas rationing policy today. he estimates only 25% of the city's gas stations are operating and we're finally starting to get estimates on how much that superstorm will cost. new york cover andrew cuomo said sandy inflicted $33 billion in new york state day lone. new jersey was hit harder. these numbers will be astronomy cal. the family of robert champion jr. has rejected a settlement from florida a&m university. he died after being beat on a bus as part of a hazing ritual conducted by the university's marching ban. 14 people were charged with criminal hazing. the attorney says $300,000 is the maximum amount allowable by law but the family's attorney called the offer an insult. it has been 462 days since this country lost its top credit rating. what are we doing to get it back? the fiscal cliff is still there. still weighing on stocks. the dow fell another 121 points. the nasdaq and s&
superstorm sandy has hit over 110. more than 160,000 customers in ten states still have no electricity. signs of recovery this morning with improved train and ferry service in new jersey and new york. >>> the man behind sesame street's adored puppet elbow is taking time off after denigh he had an inappropriate relationship with a teenage boy. a 23-year-old man says he was 16 when he had a relationship with the puppeteer, kevin clash. sesame street says it found the allegations undocumented. >>> after 50 years, james bond, still setting records. the action thriller "skyfall" posted the biggest box office opening ever for the bond series grossing a massive $87.8 million in its first three days. daniel craig stars as 007 and our own wolf blitzer makes a cameo appearance playing himself. i just wanted to say bond, james bond. >> i say blitzer, wolf blitzer. i went to see it saturday night. it was really good. >> friends who have seen it said really good things about it. >> i was a brilliant wolf blitzer. i got into that character. i studied that character. spending a few years trying to study how
sandy. will he visit staten island, one of the hardest hit areas, and take an aerial tour. he will also meet with city officials, first responders and f fema staff. this will be the president's first time touring the region in new york. he he will be joined by new york governor andrew cuomo and mayor michael bloomberg and members of his cabinet. >>> former republican nominee, mitt romney now claiming the president won re-election by giving gifts to after r african-americans, hispanics and younger voters. this is how romney explained his loss in a phone call to some of his top donors. >> the president's campaign did was focus on certain members of his base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts from the government and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote. >> those comments aren't sitting well with some republicans, notably former romney surrogate, louisiana governor bobby jindal, who says he absolutely rejects that notion saying it doesn't represent where republicans are as a party. >>> sure we just got done with an election, but warren but havette -- buffet a
will stand by new york after it rebuild after superstorm sandy. >> we are going to be here until the rebuilding is complete. >> but the recovery has just become. an exclusive look at the flood damage that crippled one new york hospital. and warning. we are heading toward a fiscal cliff. should congress and the president let the country fall off the cliff and agree to a tax hike, or create a bridge and extend the current tax breaks? what you're saying. plus, a political divide. more than 100 years ago the new movie "lincoln's" take on the battle over slavery. "lincoln" actress gloria ruben joins us live. this is cmn newsroom, and it's happening now. chilean granite... chilean granite... so, how's it in person? i should send you a picture. floor to ceiling bookshelves... floor to ceiling bookshelves... original windows... original windows... and this... is that a... fireplace face -- yes, yes it is. fireplace shaped like a face. i know right! [ male announcer ] only at&t's network lets you talk and surf at the same time on your iphone 5. rethink possible. i just finished a bowl of
touring hurricane sandy devastation in new york. flying over ravaged neighborhoods in queens, and comforting devastated homeowners, in tents and in the streets of staten island yesterday. the president also assigned a point person for the sandy recovery effort, new yorker sean donovan who is the secretary of the department of housing and urban development. >>> take a look at this dramatic new video just released by the new york and new jersey port authorities. two path train stations under water. look at that. one in jersey city, the other in hoboken. service at both stations remains suspended nearly three weeks after sandy. now nearly all the equipment for signaling and the train equipment was damaged or destroyed. actually missed a classified briefing about the incident, including most republican members of a senate committee investigating the attack. among them senator john mccain, who was one of our producers. pretty tough questions about it yesterday. senator mccain got rather testy. >> i have no comments about my schedule and how i spend my time. i will not further comm
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their homes to witness in the light of day what superstorm sandy had brought to our shores, what it had done to our neighbors and how it had wrecked their lives and yet today, the light of day is just about to only light that some new yorkers who live in far rockaway and queens have because if you can believe it, they still don't have power. 16 days and counting. while the long island power authority says that 99% of customers do have their power back, that's just not so for the 206 homes including families like this. they have been forced to endure freezing temperatures over the weekend, no heat, no light, no electricity for cooks. james sanders jr. joins me now and he represents the far rockaway and also is a city council member. for that district. sir, thanks for being with us. it's a very simple question i have for you. why are these people the last of the last and when is relief coming? >> i would argue that it's a question of race and class. i would argue that it's a question of the antiquated ability of lipa to deal with its reza debit dents. we have been so mistreated by lipa, i myse
months in afghanistan interviewing petraeus for the book. >>> to the recovery in superstorm sandy, nearly two weeks after the storm, frustration is boiling over. >> can't get lights on for my kids. i can't get power, heat, garbage pickup? >> more than 280,000 people across the region are still without power. nj will ew jersey's governor ch christie expects power to be back statewide by tonight. he says life will be back for most of new jersey come sunday. >>> top-ranked alabama lost the tonight 29-24 to 15th ranked texas a&m. an interception at the goal line in the final two minutes preserved the win for the aggies. texas a&m had led 20-0 at the end of the first quarter. >>> and the marine corps is celebrating its 237th birthday today. it was founded in 1775 by a resolution passed during the second continental congress. celebration includes a birthday ball and cake cutting ceremony. those are your headlines. i'm don lemon. see you back here at 10:00. >>> tonight, my world exclusive with one of the most controversial leaders in one of the most dangerous parts of the world. if israel does l
.s. mines, utilities and factories fell in the past month, but that was largely because superstorm sandy disrupted production. that isn't our fault but it's certainly another setback. >>> our story "outfront," fear of an all-out war breaking out in the middle east as forces intensify. they are worried about turning gaza into a frontal base for iran. so how does the conflict between israel and hamas hurt iran? fareed zakaria is here. i spoke to him earlier and asked him how the alliance between iraq and iran play into the occasion. >> right now iran has its hands full. it's got syria collapsing on one side t has hamas in trouble. so at a very simple, logistical level, this is more demands on iran for resupplying of weapons for political support of various kinds, but there is a broad idealogical game here where iran wins, because iran is seen as the great defender of the palestinians in the middle east these days. this is fastidiously stated. in the political sense, iran is seen as one of the champions of the palestinians. >> will they still be seen as a champion if israel goes debacle and
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